Journalism That Matters - The DC Sessions
August 7-8, 2007
Run time 1:30:20Producer Bill Densmore, director The Media Giraffe Project at UMASS AmherstAudio/Visual sound, colorLanguage English
The George Washington University
Over 150 journalists, educators, citizens and media reformers gather for "Journalism That Matters: The DC Sessions" to help create The Next Newsroom and
consider the future and purpose of journalism.
Seven experts charted the rapid evolution of citizen media, including its impact on the public, politics, and on journalism teaching and practice. This is an edited version of the 90 minute public forum.
Chris Peck, editor
The Commercial Appeal
Journalism That Matters co-convenor
The Open Circle Company
Prof. Jay Rosen
New York University
Blogger, Brooklyn, N.Y.
The World Co., Lawrence, Kansas
J-Lab, Univ. of Maryland
Peggy Holman, dean
Univ. of Montana J-School
Merrill Brown / NowPublic.com
and Carnegie-Knight Initiative
Center for Citizen Media
For more information: http://mediagiraffe.org/jtm/